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16- The Michigan Daiy Summer Weekly - Wednesday, June 16,1993

LeClair retires as women's golf coach
FROM STAFF REPORTS played for the Wolverines from 1984- do things with my children and grand- rector Peggy Bradley-Doppes said the given a great effort for Michi
Michigan women'sgolf coachSue 87, have been inducted to the M- children. search for LeClair's replacement will we appreciate her for that."
LeClair announced her retirement last Women Academic Hall of Honor. "I've enjoyed my relationship with begin immediately. LeClair has competed in
Thursday. 'The only thing I regret about re- the Michigan Athletic Department and "We wantto wish Sue good luckin dies' Professional Golf As
During her 11-year tenureLeClair tiring at this time is that next year's I'll miss the comraderie with my golf retirement," Michigan Athletic Direc- Tournament. She is a memb
coached nine Academic All-Big Ten Michigan women's golf team will be coaching friends throughout the Big tor Jack Weidenbach said. "The stu- Detroit Women's District Go
players. Her former players Lisa one of the best teams we've ever had," Ten Conference." dents and staff have enjoyed working ciation, and she made the h
DiMatteo and Jan Indomir, who both LeClair said. "It's time to go back and Michigan Associate Athletic Di- with her throughout the years. Sue has Amateur Sports Hail of Fame

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DAILY FILE PHOTO
Chris Webber added to his bulging resume with the Michigan
male athlete-of-the-year award.
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andWebber,amen's basketballplayer
whohas announcedhis decision to turn
professional, were named Michigan's
female and male Athletes of the Year
for the 1992-93 season this past week.
Hooiveld won the NCAA's Swim-
mer-of-the-Year honor after she won
nationalchampionships inthe100and
200-yard breaststroke events at the
NCAA National Championships. She
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the 1993 Big Ten Championships, giv-
ing her eight Big Ten championships
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Tournament team for the second
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In the 70 games which Webber
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